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Old 05-09-2012, 05:27 AM
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Replacing rear fuel pump

On a 95 F-150. Due to working 10 hr. days & some weekends plus a part time job, I may get a hour or two at a time to work on this. My ??? is when I pull the tank do I need to plug the lines or just cover them to keep them clean. This is my DD & my Jeep is also down for repairs. Thanks for any info.

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just cover them to keep them clean.
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If you plan on driving the truck without the rear tank you will need to plug the fuel lines.
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